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Equip Your Staff With Proper Desk & Casegoods

Equip Your Staff With Proper Desk & Casegoods

Choosing a new office space for your business can be a headache. Once you have found a location there are a million little things that need to be considered before your employees can move in and get to work. When choosing furniture for your business, there are few options you should think about. First, know… Read more »

Free furniture for local charities

      As a way of giving back to our community and preserving our environment,  in 2010 Accent Office Interiors initiated a program called “Give to Receive” where we “recycle” used furniture from our customers to local charity organizations in need. This program saves our client’s money by eliminating furniture disposal costs, keeps durable material from going to local… Read more »

The 4 Pillars of Ergonomics

For a computer based workstation to be optimized, it must address the 4 Pillars of Ergonomics: Support, Reach, Breathing and Vision.

FSU Interior Design “Most Admired in Nation”

Accent Office Interiors congratulates Florida State University’s Graduate Interior Design Program for being chosen “Most Admired in Nation” for the 3rd year in a row.

Creative Office Designs

Creative Office Designs

It’s a new era in office design since successful corporate businesses like Facebook and Google have made the workplace environment look so unconventional, but their employees happy.

Leave the office

I don’t know about you but when I get bogged down with a decision or am trying to come up with something creative, I leave the office. When sitting at my computer, my mind and mouse wander over to email, then Facebook, then email, etc. Then my eyes begin wandering around my office admiring pictures… Read more »

Accent provides furnishings for new Riley House Visitor Center

The Riley Museum of black history held official ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday September 24th for its new visitors center which Accent helped furnish. Tuesday marked the 156th birthday of John G. Riley, who was born into slavery but rose to become a prominent Tallahassee educator, property owner and civic leader. The $300,000 center is built… Read more »